Sound: Yuen, Hoh-Kun (H.K.)
Note on original reel: "I. (a) Two LeRoi Jones plays, 'The Dutchmen' and 'The Toilet', their productions in S. F. Aug. 1965 (b) 1970-08 '19 Necromancers From Now': Four contributors to a new anthology of Third World writing, edited by Ishmael Reed and titled '19 Necromancers From Now,' talk about the book, about their work and the problems of non-white artists. Al Young, black novelist and poet, moderates the discussion. Other participants are Glenn Myles, a black artist and poet who illustrated the book, Frank Chin, Chinese American novelist, and Paul Lofty, a black novelist, all of whom live and work in the Bay Area. (c) 1966 7:30 NBC News Inquiry 'The Angry Voices of Watts': On the first anniversary of the terrible Watts riots, NBC presents an hour-long program about author Budd Schulberg's ('What Makes Sammy Run?' 'On the Waterfront') writers' workshop for young Negroes in Watts. His students will read poems, essays and short stories, all written since last summer's agony, and each work will be illustrated by scenes in Watts as the young writers describe them in their works. (d) 1967-05-13 2:00 'The Tornado in Three Mouths': Phil Austin talks to Austin Black, Los Angeles poet, about his book and a lot of other things. They are joined by writers Robert de Goy and Stanley Crouch. Among other things you'll get a definitive indication of a black literary resurgence in L.A. (KPFK) (e) 1968-10-19 1:30 'Patterns of American Prejudice - 111': Saunders Redding, author and educator, speaks on 'The Humanities and Prejudice' during the third session of the symposium which was held at the University of California in Berkeley last March 24-26. Chairman of the meeting was Leo Lowenthal, professor of sociology at U.C. (45) (f) 1968-08-11 Donald Warden - 'Black Dignity' with Henry [Rowsey] - Blacks and Police (and middle class) (g) 3:00 'Electronic Nigger': Ed Bullins, author of the abovementioned book, Black playwright, resident playwright of the New Lafayette Theatre in Harlem, and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, is interviewed by Richard Scheckner. (WBAI) (50) (h) 1968-08-09 Ed Bullins interviewed by Eric Bauersfeld on 'Where It's At'."